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Category Archives: Empty Nest
This is one reason why i have such hope for the younger generation. When a young minister like #ZackHunt can humble himself as he realises his life has become like a clanging cymbal. When faced with the reality that he … Continue reading
A new year always presents so many new possibilities. It almost always starts out so hopeful…., but doesn’t always remain there. Anyway, here we go! I like to start out looking back momentarily. It’s helpful to be reminded of the … Continue reading
Originally posted on Ed Cyzewski: Author // Contemplative:
I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior at the age of 11 while attending a Baptist church in rural New Jersey. A few years later, I began attending Fellowship Baptist Church (now…
I about wore myself out last Friday walking 🚶🏼♀️ over 15,000 steps through the halls of Congress advocating for the immigrant and the refugee with The Justice Institute and World Relief. We had some very hopeful meetings. We won’t talk … Continue reading
Every day I receive his meditations. Each one is thought-provoking. This series on the history of Christianity is worth preserving here on my blog as his thinking has highly influenced mine, and it’s fascinating to hear it from another vantage … Continue reading
Richard Rohr is someone I have followed for some time. He is one of those who has helped me hang on to my faith. Or more accurately, has helped me understand what is true and lovely. I am grateful. Early … Continue reading
Hey, if one now believes God chose Trump in 2016, then they need to accept that God chose Obama in 2008, and provided Obama with a Congress that voted in the Affordable Care Act and other legislation that helped the … Continue reading
You would think that when your baby turns 25, you would finally be able to admit that you have gotten a wee bit older! I do admit it, I do! I mean, after all, Samuel Nehemiah Smith, III is one-quarter … Continue reading